deflecting (part of speech: verb)
changing (part of speech: verb)
deviating (part of speech: verb)
different (part of speech: adjective)
differing, abnormal, disparate, nonuniform, mismatched, heterogeneous, contradictory, diverse, unalike, conflicting, asymmetric, discordant, unlike, different, unmatched, distinct, unequal, various, contrary, contrasting, dissimilar, divergent
nonuniform (part of speech: adjective)
changeable (part of speech: adjective)
inconstant, unstable, flexible, alterable, reformable, adaptable, irresolute, transposable, unsteady, mercurial, transformable, variable, mutable, modifiable, restless, convertible, movable, precarious, wavering, vacillating, adjustable, fluid, changeable, protean, unsettled, vicissitudinous, fickle, changeful, volatile, versatile, flighty, shifting, ever-changing
- Much study is required to keep up with the march of mind and the ever varying changes produced by the soaring intellect and reaching genius of man. - "Sages and Heroes of the American Revolution", L. Carroll Judson.
- A shot rang out keen and clear; there was a sudden tumult that broke up the distant singing; and presently more firing at varying intervals cut the night air from the direction of the river. - "Alice of Old Vincennes", Maurice Thompson.
- Hence, a musical tone is a note, which may be prolonged at will without varying in pitch, either up or down. - "The Ontario Readers: The High School Reader, 1886", Ministry of Education.